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-moving developments after that attack at the u.s. embassy in turkey. tonight the surveillance video of the suicide bomber just moments before the attack and new information on his motive against america. and abc's nick shif ryn reporting in from turkey. >> good evening. they say the attacker was a 40-year-old with enough explosives to destroy a two-story building. lives were saved due to tight security. tonight, new grainy footage of the bomber on state tv. he belonged to a liftest militant group, it posted photos of him showing off, wearing his suicide belt. for the attack, he disguised himself as a delivery man. just seconds after that video, he entered the embassy's side entrance. that's when the security guard realized something was wrong. he told his colleagues to run away, protecting them, at the cost of his own life. >> sacrificing his life, he saved many others. turks and americans at our mission. so we're profoundly grateful for mustafa's service. >> reporter: today, his xhal hometown carried him to his grave. they remembered him in silence, as a father, a husband. >> he was a beloved mem
that s.e.a.l., chris kyle, took out more u.s. enemies than anyone else ever did as a sniper. he often said he preferred to think about the lives he saved by doing it. after four tours in iraq, he returned home to help american troops recover from the invisible wound of war. tonight this young man, eddie routh, is accused of killing him. abc's ryan owens is in texas and he leads us off tonight. >> reporter: former navy s.e.a.l. sniper chris kyle was such a good shot he once hit a target more than a mile away, but police say it was a bullet fired at point blank range that ended the life of the husband and father of two. >> i'm a better husband and father than i was a killer. >> reporter: the 38-year-old died at a place he should have felt comfortable, this gun range southwest of dallas. and detectives say he died at the hands of a young man he was trying to counsel. >> the suspect's mother, she may have reached out to mr. kyle to try and help her son, and we kind of have an idea that maybe that's why they were at the range for some type of therapy. >> reporter: officers arrested t
. joseph dunford taking charge of u.s. and nato forces there. he's likely to be the last commander there because all combat troops are scheduled to leave by the end of next year. we were struck by a moment, with george pointing out this on abc's "this morning." >> and new some good news. this is the place in the program where we honor the sacrifices of our service members killed in action. but for the second week in a row, the pentagon released no names of soldiers killed in afghanistan. >> some great words to hear from george on abc's "this week." >>> still much more ahead on "world news" this sunday night. in hot pursuit, the new crash causing a big headline tonight. and the bigger question, how far is too far for the paparazzi? tonight nick watt takes us inside their game. how are they tipped off? it's the little things in life that make me smile. spending the day with my niece. i don't use super poligrip for hold because my dentures fit well. before those little pieces would get in between my dentures and my gum and it was uncomfortable. even well-fitting dentures let in food p
after a heated argument. >>> afghanistan is ordering u.s. forces out of two provinces near the capital. hamid karzai has armed agents have been responsible for torture and murder there. he did not say it was americans doing such things, but he's holding the u.s. responsible for hiring afghan personnel to conduct those operations. >>> and john kerry is on his first visit, the first stop of a ten-day drip through europe. his mission, to get an idea how other nations few world conflicts. >>> back in washington, congress returns to work tomorrow with a giant deadline ahead of them. on friday, $85 billion in automatic across the board budget cuts kick in, unless they can agree on an alternative. so what are the prospects with just five days ago? abc's david kerley reports from the white house. >> reporter: for a change -- bipartisan agreement in washington tonight. but it's acknowledgement that those automatic cuts, which just about everyone hates, will probably start friday. >> unless the republicans are willing to compromise and do a balanced approach, i think it will kick in. it will kic
, involving iran. and u.s. iran with a new bold announcement about future nuclear attacks. plus, rare access to the streets of iran. and hearing from the young people, what would they say to president obama. >>> >>> and the footloose first lady. why michelle obama is going viral tonight. >>> and good evening. i'm dan harris. we'll get to david muir in iran in just a moment. >>> but we're going to start tonight with the breaking news out of florida. a treacherous finale to a race at the daytona international speedway. cars colliding, getting tossed around like toys. pieces of cars flying over a fence, injuring at least a dozen people, many of them fans. abc's linzie janis on the story. >> reporter: one driver sparked a dramatic crash on the daytona track. >> and contact! and a terrible crash coming to finish. >> reporter: sending his car spinning into the wall and another going airborne. parts of the 12 cars involved in the crash, slide through the fence, into the stands, hitting and injuring spectators. so far, 15 people have been taken to the hospital. the drivers are all okay. now, take a
me that he's aware of the economic sanctions. led by the u.s. >> lots of people in iran are under pressure of -- >> reporter: you're feeling the economic pressure? >> yes. >> reporter: and it's not just the young boys here who shared their opinions, as we traveled through the city, to the markets, there was this mother who turned to her daughter to to speak about the sanctions. >> the pressure is on the people. >> reporter: the people of iran? the families of iran. >> yeah. >> reporter: when we heard "welcome to iran" too many times to count. we could hear the music through his headphones. this is enrique iglesias here in iran. which brings us back to that school that had so many questions for me. do i see "american idol"? have you seen american idol? >> yes. >> reporter: who's your favorite contestant on "american idol"? >> jennifer lopez. >> reporter: she's a judge. amidst the laughter, they know that our countries haven't gotten along. since before they were born. what would you say to president obama? >> be friendly with iran. >> reporter: and from the father waiting to pick u
was the deadliest sniper in u.s. military history. >> i loved the job, the guys, the camaraderie. it came down to where i had to choose them or my wife and kids. i couldn't have both any more because i'd already messed that up. so i chose the family. >> reporter: on the home front kyle became a best selling author. in his autobiography "american sniper" he writes of shooting so many iraqi insurgents they nicknamed him the devil. to survive all of that to be killed only here at home. tonight that young marine faces two counts of capital murder, one for each of the men who was trying to help him heal. >>> navy s.e.a.l. chris kyle often said himself how difficult it was for troops to return from war. from serving the greater good, he said, overseas, to serving their own good once home. and this number tonight, nearly 20% of returning troops suffer from symptoms of post-traumatic stress. and they're the ones we know about. martha raddatz in the middle east tonight reporting on what might be an invisible epidemic. >> reporter: for our veterans, for anyone suffering post-traumatic stress, it is a fe
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